Idealizing "Captain Marvel" as an answer to a long-standing feminist question feels incorrect, but so does disparaging it as inconsequential.
“Heard It In A Past Life” is a testament to Maggie Rogers’ patient commitment to authenticity. And it is luminously, ridiculously, singularly good.
Roupenian insists that we want this, we know we want this. But is it too much to ask for a little bit more?
It’s a genuine toss-up as to which film will take home the award for Best Picture this year, with no apparent frontrunner.
Being a genre movie is a forgivable transgression if done well. Yet it’s quickly clear that "Bird Box" can’t even sketch the contours of its own worldbuilding.
The Time’s Up movement's ribbon bracelets felt inadvertently symbolic: Even the most energized movements, if they lose momentum, can become accessory.
Incoming Arts Co-Chair and famous people enthusiast Caroline A. Tsai '20 breaks down her top celeb crushes and roasts her predecessors along the way.
Grande puts a new spin on that tradition by lifting the veil and dropping names. She doesn’t want to be excluded from that narrative. She wants to write it herself.
When you only care about the First Man, it seems, there’s no room for anyone else.
A joke has power. It matters who’s in on it, and who’s outside of it.
There are few films that can unite a generation as ubiquitously as “High School Musical.”
At 210 pages, “The Incendiaries” is a compact novel, but Kwon packs it with sublime detail and fully fleshed-out characters, whose richly imagined inner lives lend their intricate story a haunted depth.
A tacky breastaurant becomes the unlikely site of solidarity and sisterhood.
Kepnes’s novel, which is inspired by and often directly alludes to “The Dunwich Horror,” comes as an ersatz replication of Lovecraft’s delicately wrought horror fiction.
Six Harvard Alumni Charged in Nationwide Admissions Fraud Scandal
In Admissions, Harvard Favors Those Who Fund It, Internal Emails Show
Bacow Advocates for ‘Permanent Resolution’ for DACA and TPS Protections in Letter to Lawmakers
Who Can Be ‘Racist’?
College Threatens Student Radio With Probation Following Lil Pump Event